Demo Participants

  • Arasan Chip Systems demonstrated its MIPI C-PHY℠/D-PHY℠ combo IP, along with Test Evolution in its Protocol Analyzer and Compliance Tester, as well as Arasan’s CSI-2℠ Tx and CSI-2 Rx IP integrated with MIPI C-PHY/D-PHY ASIC fabricated on TSMC Foundry Node.

     

  • BitifEye demonstrated its complete portfolio of receiver testing solutions for MIPI M-PHY®, C-PHY℠ and D-PHY℠ standards.

  • Cadence Design Systems demonstrated its broad and complete MIPI solution with design IP, PHY and verification IP including demos of Cadence's MIPI CSI℠ v2.1 and MIPI DSI℠ controller with MIPI D-PHY℠ and Cadence's MIPI CSI-2, DSI-2 and I3C® VIP with TripleCheck™ for compliance testing.

  • Efinix showcased the Trion T20F169, which has a built-in dual Rx/Tx MIPI D-PHY℠ and MIPI CSI-2℠ controller supporting 1.5 Gbps/lane and a low-power, high-density programmable fabric based on Efinix Quantum™ architecture.

  • Gowin Semiconductor Corp., presented demos focused on I3C, Secure FPGA and more. GOWIN’s new SecureFPGA showed how to securely protect solutions from anti-cloning and firmware tampering while offering flexible IO for interfacing to MIPI-related sensors.

  • Hardent's demo showed VESA's newest display interface compression standard VDC-M. Used with MIPI DSI-2℠, VDC-M offers visually lossless compression for next-generation mobiles, AR/VR headsets and automotive displays.

     

  • Introspect Technology demonstrated an end-to-end camera evaluation system, leveraging multiple tools for signal generation, signal measurement and video processing to exercise an entire live camera chain.

     

  • The CrossLink 101 demo showed the capability of Lattice’s CrossLink™ Video Connectivity FPGA. The Human Presence Detection demo showed how Lattice’s ultra low power FPGA can be used to build a smart MIPI image sensor.

     

  • Mixel demonstrated its latest IP solutions, such as D-PHY℠ integrated into the Microsoft Azure Kinect DK, the C-PHY℠/D-PHY incorporated into Synaptics’ VXR7200 bridge chip, and MIPI D-PHY incorporated into Geo’s GW5200, the world’s first edge based automotive smart viewing camera processor.

     

     

  • Prodigy Technovations showcased UFS3.0, MIPI I3C®, MIPI SPMI℠ 1.0/2.0, and MIPI RFFE℠ 2.0 Protocol Analyzers using live traffic from a DUT. The demo included the flexibility to change the signal amplitude and timing parameter to stress test the DUT.

     

  • Protocol Insight showcased its demo of UFS 3.0 link traffic generation and analysis. The company has been shipping UFS 3.0 and MIPI UniPro® 1.8 protocol analyzers and exercisers running M-PHY® HS-G4 since 2017.

     

  • Synopsys' demo showed its high-quality, low-power, cost-effective, interoperable MIPI IP solutions that enable designers to deploy new features into their mobile, automotive and IoT devices.

  • Tektronix demonstrated the MIPI D-PHYSM 1.2 TekExpress® automation solution support on both MSO 6 Series and DPO70KC/Dx/Sx platforms. The new application features 2.5 times performance improvement on overall test execution time, as well as 100 percent test coverage for CTS 1.0.

  • Teledyne LeCroy, a market leader in protocol analysis tools, provided live demonstrations of the Eclipse M42x UFS Gear4 Protocol Analyzer/Exerciser and the Envision X84 C-PHY℠/D-PHY℠ CSI-2℠ and DSI℠ Protocol Analyzer.